Shaping the future: aspirational leadership in India and beyond

By: Maira, Arun
Publisher: Shingapore John Wiley 2002Description: viii, 207 p. ISBN: 9780471479192Subject(s): Leadership - India | Organisational change | India - Economic conditions - 1947DDC classification: 301.155 Summary: The first book to get at the root cause of India's problems India is a country of enormous contradictions. On the one hand, India is one of the fastest-growing leaders in the new economy, with burgeoning technological prowess and a myriad of exciting business opportunities. At the same time, it is burdened with enormous poverty, a crumbling infrastructure, and a labyrinthine bureaucracy. This book by one of India's leading executives, discusses the country's recent economic transformation and addresses key issues that will not only affect companies investing in India but individuals struggling to cope with these changes. Using techniques of scenario planning and organizational learning, Maira guides the reader through the complex structures of Indian business and society and introduces a new approach to change certain to ignite debate. (Source: LOC publishers description)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 201-203) and index.

The first book to get at the root cause of India's problems India is a country of enormous contradictions. On the one hand, India is one of the fastest-growing leaders in the new economy, with burgeoning technological prowess and a myriad of exciting business opportunities. At the same time, it is burdened with enormous poverty, a crumbling infrastructure, and a labyrinthine bureaucracy. This book by one of India's leading executives, discusses the country's recent economic transformation and addresses key issues that will not only affect companies investing in India but individuals struggling to cope with these changes. Using techniques of scenario planning and organizational learning, Maira guides the reader through the complex structures of Indian business and society and introduces a new approach to change certain to ignite debate. (Source: LOC publishers description)

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